Posts Tagged ‘Food’

Salt Your Food

Conventional advice to limit sodium intake to no more than 2300 mg per day has been shown to increase death from cardiovascular disease. Ideal sodium intake is more likely in the range of 3000-6000 mg per day.

On the Undoctored program, sodium retention is reversed due to the removal of the gliadin protein and reduction in insulin. I therefore find that people living the Undoctored grain-free lifestyle need to purposefully salt their food.

About Undoctored:
We are entering a new age in which the individual has astounding power over health–but don’t count on the doctor or healthcare system to tell you this.

What Do People Do For Fun That Doesn’t Involve Food?

I wish I didn’t have to ask the question in the title of this post, but it’s an honest question that needs some answers. When I think about the time I spend with friends we don’t always eat, but i almost always consume calories. If we’re not meeting for lunch or dinner or happy hour, then […]

Kay’s food addictions . . . gone

Kay shared her Wheat Belly experience over her first 4 weeks:

“After over 30 years of battling food addiction and morbid obesity, I had just about given up. You name it, I have tried it, even lap-band surgery which worked temporarily but, of course, did not solve the problem.

“Now, for the first time in my life, I am not struggling with food: I am not craving, obsessing, or even really thinking about food. I’ve been doing Wheat Belly about a month and am down about 20 pounds, but the most striking thing is that my desire to eat compulsively is GONE. I am utterly stunned by this.

How Making Music Keeps Me From Junk Food

I’m several days into my no junk food challenge (even though we didn’t start officially until Wednesday.) I have to confess that I’ve had two pieces of King cake (on different days) since we started. It was pretty easily justified in my mind because King cake is only available between now and Mardi Gras, but […]